Aitor Echeverría, Iván Casajús
The sweetest short we’ve ever presented at Infest. Nostalgic music, 80’s cassette tapes and dodge’em cars.
The life of an extra is hard. They tell you not to say hello or look straight at the camera. Don’t stand out. Shut up, sucker!
For Pete’s sake
Gerald B. Fillmore
Peter, we are afraid we can’t tell you what’s wrong with this patient. We do not know. And neither does his doctor.
A future where (oh, surprise!) everything is shattered. I don’t know what the fuck we are doing, but we always fuck it up. If you like lousy neighborhoods, the outdoors and enjoy beach Sundays, this is your short.
They called it “loop” in english because in English makes it looks interesting, but they could have titled it “bucle”. They called it “loop” in english because in English makes it looks interesting, but they could have titled it “bucle”.
The Thing That Ate The Birds
Sophie Mair, Dan Gitsham
One hunter who wants to kill birds complains that another hunter kills them before he can. The classic story of the hunted hunter that the Animal Protection Party would love to see. If you are from the Animal Protection Party do come. If not, come anyway.
Guys, this short is very well done and also has a message at the end. My summary: reality is more terrifying than any horror short film.
Lucas Paulino, Ángel Torres
What happens to you when you get up with sciatica and you go to work because you have no other choice. Belén Rueda comes out. Yes, you read that right: BELÉN RUEDA.
Colleagues who could belong in a slum in the Doraemon series visit a friend. The latter is unwashed, but makes a great green tea. Asians are the kings of tea, although you can find the best in Iaia Teruel or El Bullidor in Rubí.